NFT Investor Adamv.eth Loses All His Otherdeed NFTs After Clicking A Phishing Link

NFT Investor Adamv.eth Loses All His Otherdeed NFTs After Clicking A Phishing Link
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The crypto and non-fungible token heists have escalated this new year, leaving many crypto investors grappling with significant losses. The recent crypto scamming trend is probably driven by the NFT market hype, which started a few months ago.

NFT Investor Drained All His Kodas And Otherdeed NFTs

In a February 01 blog post, Adamv.eth, a renowned non-fungible token collector and crypto influencer, confirmed that he got all his Rectguys, Kodas, and Otherdeed NFT collections drained after clinking a fraudulent phishing link thinking it was clustersxyz official launching.

Recently, phishing attacks have become a significant concern, as many scammers use sophisticated methods to lure investors. In a recent episode, scammers used the “Yellow check” on X (formerly known as Twitter,) making it confusing and nearly impossible to be detected.

NFT Scams Are On Rise This New Year 2024

The recent scam attack appeared just a few days after Jacku.eth, another crypto investor, lost his Clone X #12688 NFT collections on the Blur NFT marketplace to a phishing scheme. Furthermore, another NFT investor known as runningwater.eth recently fell victim to a phishing scheme, resulting in the theft of 6 NFTs on the Blur NFT market platform, including an Azuki, Elemental #10533 and Beanz #6388.

On the other hand, scammers and hackers have not stopped attacking the crypto industry, even after stealing millions of dollars this past year. Based on data compiled by Peckshield, the blockchain security firm, hackers conducted over 600 hacks, stealing over $2.6 billion from the crypto space.

Earlier this week, hackers hit again, stealing 213 million XRP crypto tokens from Ripple, worth more than $112 million. While commenting about the recent Ripple hack, ZachXBT, an on-chain crypto sleuth, urged all crypto users to avoid reusing emails and passwords across different services to prevent themselves from falling victim to scams.

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